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San Juan River Watershed TMDLs (Part 1)

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The San Juan River Watershed TMDLs (Part 1)

The SWQB received approval by the WQCC at their June 14, 2004 meeting and from the USEPA on August 26, 2005 for the San Juan River Watershed TMDLs (Part 1).  Subsequent USEPA approvals were granted on three more stream reaches on February 26, 2010.

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San Juan TMDL (Part 2)

 

The San Juan River Watershed TMDLs (Part 1) planning document involves the six  following reaches in four waterways for three pollutants-selenium, sedimentation/ siltation and fecal coliform:

Animas River (San Juan River to Estes Arroyo) - Fecal Coliform;

Gallegos Canyon (San Juan River to Navajo Boundary - Selenium;

La Plata River (San Juan River to McDerMott Arroyo) - Sediment/Siltation and Fecal Coliform;

La Plata River (McDerMott Arroyo to Colorado Border) - Fecal Coliform;

San Juan River (Navajo Boundary at Hogback to Animas River) - Fecal Coliform; and

San Juan River (Animas River to Caņon Largo) - Sedimentation/Siltation and Fecal Coliform.

 

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